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  1. http://m1301.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/lonesomeutahcowboy/9D98F509-AF42-402E-A261-B36AF8C41896-2598-000002638BBEA7C7_zps1238fc19.jpg.html?o=0&newest=1 Standard Plustop Pro in Honeyburst
  2. Thanks for all the responses. I thought it looked somewhere in the middle of the two, maybe a little more on the Iced Tea, just because it seams to look a little more golden yellow and the honeyburst looks a little more pale yellow on the website, but it looks amazing either way. Having worked with woods before, I suppose it's very likely that the finishes aren't going to look the same on every guitar, but isn't that what you love about them? Every guitar is an individual. Thanks again for the responses.
  3. http://m1301.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/lonesomeutahcowboy/661C0F96-E984-4796-B6A3-84F4F4D36D5D-2019-00000214FC3357EA_zps5cea110b.jpg.html?o=0&newest=1 http://m1301.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/lonesomeutahcowboy/0D69510A-F5D0-4EB2-BAE0-8B65B0A1023E-2019-00000214F995EEE1_zps7f108951.jpg.html?o=1&newest=1 Here's a couple pics. Hope it works.
  4. Hello all! I am brand new here, I don't do Internet forums a lot, but I was hoping to run into some one knowledgeable on here. I picked up a life-long dream at the Presidents' Day sale at Guitar Center-- An Epiphone Les Paul. I've wanted one as long as I can remember, and finally I had the cash and an understanding wife. Les Paul Standard Plustop Pro. Now here's my question: when I bought it, I just assumed it was the Honey Burst, but after I got it home and started looking at the features it has on the Epiphone website, I think it looks more like the Iced Tea. How can you tell? It
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